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post #9151 of 33197
I wear a 6EE in most Allen Edmonds shoes (various lasts). I was wondering if Aldens are similar sized compared to AE. Wider? Longer? etc. More specifically I'm looking for Monk Strap Oxfords and other styles not available in AE. Thanks Mim
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I'm a Newbie to this forum, and hope I'm posting this correctly. Question: How do you determine the age of a Vintage Versace belt? I am seeing them referred to as "pre death" and I figure that affects the value. Here are photos of a belt I have and would love to know more about it. TIA
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post #9153 of 33197
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I'm looking for the name of this men (left) who has an own shop in Italy. Or a website where i can order his selfmade ties.


Lino Ieluzzi, the name of the shop is al bazar. A google search will reveal a LOT of information
post #9154 of 33197
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Lino Ieluzzi, the name of the shop is al bazar. A google search will reveal a LOT of information
It's hard to google if you dont know the name of the person, to find out his shop .
post #9155 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Jessi319 View Post
I'm a Newbie to this forum, and hope I'm posting this correctly. Question: How do you determine the age of a Vintage Versace belt? I am seeing them referred to as "pre death" and I figure that affects the value. Here are photos of a belt I have and would love to know more about it. TIA

SpooPoker has encyclopaedic Versace knowledge, you could try PMing him about it.
post #9156 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum View Post
SpooPoker has encyclopaedic Versace knowledge, you could try PMing him about it.

Thank you!
post #9157 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Anm1984 View Post
new to the forum and learning would this be considered a good year round blazer? if not please explain

http://www.shopthefinest.com/showpro...ze-40-us-50-eu
Yes, a medium-weight blazer is about as close to a year-round blazer as you can get.
post #9158 of 33197
does anyone know who makes these boots?
post #9159 of 33197
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It's hard to google if you dont know the name of the person, to find out his shop .

I saw him in person at his shop 3 days ago. Cool dude.
post #9160 of 33197
I am developing a fondness for not ironing my linen shirts and their crepe appearance. Also, I have always classified rayon as a synthetic fabric which I consider as a group to be low class (except for exotic hiking running fabrics).

FeedbacK?
post #9161 of 33197
How are these for first pair of dress shoe? Not casual enough? Too dressy?
Grenson dress shoe
post #9162 of 33197
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post
How are these for first pair of dress shoe? Not casual enough? Too dressy?
Grenson dress shoe

Looks like corrected grain. Do not want.
post #9163 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum View Post
SpooPoker has encyclopaedic Versace knowledge, you could try PMing him about it.



Question answered.
post #9164 of 33197
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As you can see it's just sort of flimsy looking and it is. I tried to take an iron to it but ehhh....
I'm wondering if there's anything I can do to restore it a little better?

Sorry, man. Welcome to the world of the incredibly shitty ASOS house brand. Live and learn.
post #9165 of 33197
I have 3 made-to-measure suits that I'm fairly unhappy with. Among my concerns are:

1) Low arm-openings (as opposed to high and trim arm openings)
2) Shoulder padding (when I specifically requested none)

My quick-questions are:

Are these correctable errors at a local tailor? I'm almost certain that the shoulder padding issue is correctable but not so sure about the arm openings.

LA recommendations to have this fixed? West-side preferred.

Thanks.
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